It’s the most wonderful time of the year – Summer Reading Challenge time! We are bringing prizes, events, and more to make this a summer of fun! Read more below to find out about the challenge for each age group.
All participants register by creating an account here.
Preschool (age 0-5) and Youth (grades K-5):
Log 140 minutes or more each week and spin the prize wheel!
Teens (grades 6-12):
Log 140 minutes or more per week and receive a book* and a raffle ticket. On the raffle ticket, fill out your name, phone number, and the number that corresponds with the prize you like best (see below). A book* and raffle ticket will also be issued for registering. Winners will be drawn and contacted at the end of the summer!
* While supplies last
Adults (ages 18+):
Read and log at least one book per week and get a raffle ticket. On the raffle ticket, fill out your name, phone number, and the number that corresponds with the prize you like best (see below). A raffle ticket will also be issued for registering. Winners will be drawn and contacted at the end of the summer!
Along with these awesome prizes, there are programs for all ages going on all summer! Are you looking for something to entertain the kids? Check out our weekly performers at each branch! Teens can talk manga at one of our anime clubs and end the summer on a high note with our Back to School Bash. Adults can join one of our book clubs or get one-on-one assistance with job help, technology, and more. Is your cosplay perfected and ready to show off? Come to FantaSci, our fantasy/science-fiction mini-con. To find everything that is going on this summer, check out The Loop! If you have questions about the Summer Reading Challenge or any of our programs, contact your local library branch.
Which Summer Reading Challenge prize are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments!
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